SmART Cities and Waste Research Workshop | Middlesex University London
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    SmART Cities and Waste Research Workshop

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    START DATE 6 April 2017
    START TIME 09:30am
    LOCATION

    Room 305 The Grove Building, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, London, NW4 4BT

    END DATE 6 April 2017
    END TIME 05:00pm

    This workshop will examine the topic of waste from a science, policy and creative arts perspective

    This free event is open to staff, students and those interested in the waste topic from a science, policy and creative arts perspective.

    The event brings together material and environmental scientists with social, policy and waste facility managers and creative artists/students working with waste and recycled materials. The workshop waste theme is Urban Streams & Flows, including Water, Electronic-waste, Nanotechnology/ Biomining and Repair-not-Waste. Following presentations and discussion, hands on workshops and artist exhibitions will explore how materials can be transformed from waste to new products.

    The aim of the AHRC-funded Network is to develop a forum for knowledge exchange and debate across art & humanities and science disciplines, with a common focus on waste treatment, management and innovation.

    Confirmed speakers and participating artists

    • Conveners: Professor Graeme Evans, Middlesex University & Dr Plows, Bangor University
    • Waste, Pollution and Water - Professor Lian Lundy, Middlesex University
    • Electronic (E-)Waste - Dr Diane Purchase, Middlesex University
    • Nanotechnology water and waste streams - Dr James Baker
    • The Politics of Collective Repair - Dr Kim Trogal, University of the Creative Arts
    • Lara Luna Bartley, Materials-led artist and maker
    • Kuniko Maeda Artist / MA Fine Art student
    • Barbara Herridge & Dimitra Rappou, North London Waste Authority

    Limited FREE places available - please contact Professor Graeme Evans to book your place.

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